This one will be a little different than usual. I have been given permission to write a mini article for the game. As such I am going to try to keep it as concise as possible.
Quest for Infamy is a point and click adventure game that gives you a little more choice in how you progress than most games of the genre. During the prologue, you get to choose who to work for to make money and this choice eventually leads you to what class you will play, ultimately changing some of the overall story.
The graphics aren’t the best but have a bright and contrasting color pallette making things easier to see. It can be hard to spot some screen exits however. I was impressed that the game offers but subtitles and voice over for all the dialog, so no worries there for hard of hearing.
Overall, I found the lack of direction, even when using the hint system, combined with the hidden screen exits a little too difficult for me to deal with, so I didn’t play much more than the prologue. I would still recommend it to fans of the genre that are looking for something a little different however.
I received an Xbox code for Quest for Infamy from a PR company with the expectation for coverage of some kind, even if mini in nature. I played the prologue portion of the game on a Series X. I am mostly blind, so some things I have trouble with may not affect your experience. Quest for Infamy is available now on several platforms.